Wake Forest and Maryland to play for First Place Sunday
Fresh off of a win over No. 4 Boston College, No. 13 Wake Forest will Maryland on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Spry Stadium in a match of the top two teams in the ACC standings
How to Catch the Games
The game will be streamed online via the Wake Forest All-Access Package on WakeForestSports.com. Evan Lepler (play-by-play) and Meghan Cox (analyst) will have the call
Live stats will be available the game with links provided on WakeForestSports.com
The Wake Forest women's soccer Twitter account @WakeWSoccer will tweet live updates during the game.
Katie Stengel scored both Wake Forest goals in the 2-0 win over No. 4 Boston College, moving to the top of the school record books with 38 career goals and 89 career points
Head coach Tony da Luz will go for his 200th win at head coach of Wake Forest on Sunday. He is trying to become only the 10th coach across all sports to win 200 games at Wake Forest and only the second in a women's sport.
The Deacons and Terrapins will face off in a match between the top two teams in the ACC standings, with a winner heading into next week in first place in the league table. Maryland (6-2-2, 2-0-1) currently sits first in the ACC with seven points after tying Duke on Thursday in Durham, N.C. Wake Forest is tied with Florida State for second place with six points. The Seminoles are idle on Sunday.
The Last Meeting
October 8, 2011
College Park, Md.
No. 5 Deacons Play to Thrilling Scoreless Draw with No. 17 Terps
Goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe earned her ninth shutout of the season, tying the Wake Forest single-season record, as No. 5 Wake Forest and No. 17 Maryland combined for 34 shot, but none of them found the back on the net leaving the game to finish in a 0-0 double overtime draw at Ludwig Field in College Park, Md. Saturday.